Sentry BT250 Bluetooth Headphones Review

I love music.

I listen when I’m on the road, editing videos, working out, or listening to podcasts at work. With that said, there’s many headphones for many people, and they all serve different purposes. These headphones serve a specific purpose for me: to use when I’m exercising and don’t want to lug around a smartphone. These are the set I’ve been sticking in my gym bag, and charge once or twice a week.

I workout for about 45 mins 2-3 times a week (trying to lose some girth!) and thats about as long as these headphones go in between charges.

These Sentry Bluetooth Headphones are cheap (under $20 USD), don’t take up too much space, and are easy (intuitive) to operate.

The packaging was functional and well laid-out, however, I had a little trouble opening the main compartment. Once you decide you’ll have to rip the thing apart (not for re-use) its fairly easy to take out and start using.

The headphones themselves work as intended. I can hear the music pretty well, and they do a decent job of drowning out external sounds… like farts or grunts you often hear at your local gym. Or is that just mine? idk, anyways, TMI.

Here’s what I loved about these:

  • Inexpensive
  • Lightweight
  • Long-ish battery life

Here’s what I would’ve changed:

  • Add a button or action to call up your phone’s personal assistant (Pixl, Alexa, Siri, etc.)

Thats about it. The headphones retail for around $16 delivered, are lightweight, and made from decent plastic. It hasn’t torn apart yet and I’ve been using them on and off for about 2 months since I first made this review.

Here’s my video Review:

What are some of the features YOU look for in Headphones? 

Amazon link to the Sentry BT250 headphones.

If you own the big over-the-ear or on-ear headphones, check out the Headphone Stand collection pictured on the video.

Own an Apple Watch and Smart Phone? Check out the WoodyThings Apple Watch Caddy at (perfect for storing, charging and displaying your mobile accessories)


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Equipment used to record our videos:

iPhone SE

iPhone 6

Nikon P7000 

Canon 80D

Lavalier Mic used with the iPhone SE

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